The Latest by Terry Winckler


From 2006–2014, Terry was managing editor for Earthjustice's blog, online monthly newsletter and print Earthjustice Quarterly Magazine.

More than a hundred thousand people joined the Climate March in New York City.
September 21, 2014

Joining the March for Climate Change Action

Earthjustice joins march for climate change action in New York.

Residents of Rochelle, Georgia, who have had to live with untreated sewage overflows.
August 8, 2014

Clean Victory for a Georgia Community

Celebrate with a community of African-American people in Rochelle, GA, who are finally going to get a sewage system that works.

OR-10, a gray wolf.
June 4, 2014

Love and the Law Come to the Lone Wolf

California’s famous lone gray wolf – the first to set foot in the Golden State since his forebears were slaughtered to extinction nearly 100 years ago – has found love just across the border in Oregon, where biologists yesterday said they photographed his two pups peeking from a log.

d-CON products.
May 30, 2014

Victory: d-Con To Be Killed Off

The rodent killer d-CON—which also kills pets and poisons children—will cease being made by year’s end under an agreement reached with the EPA.

Smog covers the city of Los Angeles, CA.
April 30, 2014

Court Demands More Smog Protection from EPA

For the second time this week, Earthjustice attorneys are celebrating a major clean air victory – this latest one dealing with our nation’s smog crisis.

The statue 'Contemplation of Justice', outside of the U.S. Supreme Court building.
April 29, 2014

Supreme Court Upholds Cross-State Air Pollution Rule

Thanks to a U.S. Supreme Court ruling today, more than two-dozen states with coal-fired power plants must clean up dirty emissions.

Water droplet.
April 14, 2014

Spotlight: Threats to Waterways, Children, Species

Earthjustice litigation and policy work is targeting a number of looming or ongoing environmental threats.

October 18, 2013

High Court Turns Deaf Ear To Climate Change Attack

This week the U.S. Supreme Court rebuffed industry by refusing to hear challenges to the Environmental Protection Agency’s finding that carbon dioxide and other climate change pollutants endanger our health. The court also rejected attacks on carbon pollution limits for cars and trucks – limits that respond to the court’s 2007 ruling in Massachusetts v. …

October 3, 2013

Earthjustice Co-Founder Phillip Berry, 1937-2013

(UPDATE: A memorial for Phillip Berry will be held at 1 p.m., Friday, Oct. 11 at Shiloh Church, 3295 School St., Oakland, CA.) The Earth has lost one of its greatest defenders, Phillip Berry, a founder of Earthjustice and former president of The Sierra Club. He died early Sunday. Berry joined the club in 1950 when …

October 2, 2013

Family Seeks Political Asylum From Climate Change

A family of five is seeking asylum in New Zealand because, they say, climate change is making life too dangerous in their low-lying island homeland in the Kiribati islands. They are going to court later this month to argue their case as climate refugees. New Zealand has twice refused to let the family stay because …